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Mar 3, 2013 8:00am PST
: here." >> until a few weeks ago walking around naked in san francisco was legal. stick with me-of- point. the city banned nudity. but this being san francisco, not all nudity. you can still be naked if you're in a parade, street festival or bay to breakers foot race. my point, and i do have one, is san francisco is pretty loose with the rules. which may be why so many startups love san francisco. startups like lyft a car sharing services. you may have seen the pink mustac mustaches, which allow regular people to act as taxi drivers, picking up fares arranged through an iphone act. a similar service does much the same thing using town cars. an idle driver can pick up fares. again, with no taxi medallion. several san francisco startups offer travelers hotel-like guest rooms without having to charge hotel tax. in each case, politicians and rulemakers have
Mar 31, 2013 8:00am PDT
menu ®. >>> with hours to go before opening day, san francisco giants ceo larry bear sits down with us to sketch out the season, the business of baseball. and later, the ends of pass words, how to protect your identity when big companies can't. bloomberg reporter on this week. >> the first time larry baer appeared on this program back in 2010, i asked them if the giants would be able to sell enough tickets. the question would turn out to be completely irrelevant. >> for the first time since 1954, the giants are world champions. >> that's because the giants would then win the world series for the first time in more than a half century. and of course go on to win it in 2012. >> and the giants have won it all! >> nowe're just hours away from the start of another giants season with monday's game against the archrival the l.a. dodgers, this is a team that's spent far more on talent. larry bear is the ceo of the most successful baseball team in the world and not just because the giants are world champions but because of ticket sales and privately funded ballpark, his organization is the envy
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